- Throughout the years, Kate Middleton has worn a wide array of stylish coats.
- The Duchess of Cambridge has worn a number of tailored coats and jackets in vibrant colours.
- During colder months, the duchess tends to sport coatdresses with fur cuffs in rich hues.
- Middleton has worn coats from Catherine Walker, Alexander McQueen, and the brand Goat.
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During a visit to the Children’s Global Media Summit in December 2017, Middleton wore a simple black-and-white L.K. Bennett belted coat.
The exact coat Middleton wore wasn’t available at the time of writing, but a similar cape-style version of it retails for $US580.
The duchess wore a burgundy Seraphine tweed maternity coat to attend a community Christmas party in December 2017.
The exact coat Middleton wore in 2017 retails for $US425.
Middleton attended the royal family’s 2017 Christmas Day service in a Miu Miu coat embellished with gold buttons and a black velvet collar.
Middleton’s exact peacoat wasn’t available at the time of writing, but it previously retailed for $US3,461 before going on sale for $US1,725.
In January 2018, Middleton visited a school in a Hobbs London peacoat with double-breasted details.
Insider named Middleton’s blue coat as one of her best outfits of 2018. The exact coat that the duchess wore was longer available at the time of writing.
During a royal visit to Coventry, Middleton sported a pop of colour in this pink Mulberry coat.
The duchess first wore the coat in 2014 during her first official visit to New York City, and again in 2015 when she was pregnant with Princess Charlotte.
Middleton’s exact coat was unavailable at the time of writing, but according to Kate’s Closet, a fashion blog dedicated to the duchess’ style, the coat retailed for $US1,955 in 2018.
For a visit to the Great Ormond Street Hospital in January 2018, Middleton wore an orange coat from British retailer Boden.
Middleton debuted this $US330 orange-red coat during the event, but it was no longer available online at the time of writing.
In January 2018, Middleton styled a blue coat from Sportmax, a line from Max Mara, with matching heels.
Middleton’s coat was designed as part of Sportmax’s pre-fall 2014 collection and retailed for $US2,490 at the time, according to Kate’s Closet. The exact coat was unavailable at the time of writing.
Middleton was ready to play hockey in January 2018 in a black shearling Burberry coat complete with a grey pom-pom hat.
At the time of writing, Middleton’s coat wasn’t available, but it originally retailed for $US3,495 and went on sale for $US1,398 before selling out.
Middleton embraced the houndstooth pattern in a red-and-white Catherine Walker coat during the second day of her royal tour of Scandinavia in 2018.
This day, Middleton accessorized with a quilted Chanel handbag and matching heels. Her Catherine Walker coat was unavailable at the time of writing.
In February 2018, Middleton wore a Kjus coat with a white winter hat during her royal tour of Scandinavia.
Middleton’s exact jacket was unavailable at the time of writing, but it originally retailed for $US900 before going on sale for $US360.
On the final day of her royal tour of Scandinavia in February 2018, Middleton wore a military-inspired burgundy Dolce & Gabbana coat.
Middleton’s exact coat wasn’t available at the time of writing.
For another elegant winter look, Middleton wore a blue coat from the brand Goat that featured a bow on the collar.
Middleton’s exact coat was unavailable at the time of writing.
During a visit to The Fire Station building in London in February 2018, Middleton was photographed in a green Dolce & Gabbana coat.
Middleton showed off a burgundy version of this coat earlier in the same year, but it was also unavailable at the time of writing.
The Duchess of Cambridge wore a cream JoJo Maman Bébé maternity coat while she was expecting Prince Louis in March 2018.
Just one month prior to giving birth to Prince Louis, Middleton styled this cream coat, which was no longer available at the time of writing.
In March 2018, Middleton wore a navy-blue Beulah London coat for the annual Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey.
Middleton wore head-to-toe navy, matching her coat with her heels, clutch, and hat. Her exact coat was no longer available at the time of writing.
On St. Patrick’s Day in 2018, Middleton wore a forest-green Catherine Walker coat designed with a fur-trimmed collar and cuffs.
Middleton, who was pregnant with Prince Louis, wore a festive green look for the 2018 St. Patrick’s Day celebrations. Her coat was unavailable at the time of writing.
For an education symposium in March 2018, Middleton wore a mint-coloured Jenny Packham coat and a matching dress.
Since Middleton’s outfit was custom-made, an exact version of it was not available to purchase.
To celebrate the Commonwealth at the Copperbox Arena in March 2018, Middleton wore a beige coat by the British label Goat.
Middleton made her last official appearance before going on maternity leave in a coat from the British label Goat.
In November 2018, Middleton attended the centenary of the Armistice at Westminster Abbey in a dark-green Catherine Walker coat.
Middleton rewore this Catherine Walker coatdress, which was designed with a velvet collar, cuffs, and pockets.
Middleton attended the royal family’s Christmas ceremony in 2018 wearing a berry-coloured Catherine Walker coat.
Middleton, along with the rest of the royal family, arrived at Sandringham for the Christmas church service. Her exact Catherine Walker coat, which she’s also worn in a green shade, was unavailable at the time of writing.
During a trip to Scotland in January 2019, Middleton wore an Alexander McQueen coatdress.
For a visit to Windsor Park Stadium in February 2019, Middleton wore a red Carolina Herrera coat.
Middleton’s exact coat was unavailable at the time of writing, but it is one that she has was worn time and time again for years.
While visiting Northern Ireland, Middleton wore a periwinkle Mulberry coat with a pair of navy heels.
Middleton looked like a modern-day Cinderella in this belted coat, which had cape-style sleeves and a playful collar. The coat was unavailable for purchase at the time of writing.
For Christmas in 2019, Middleton wore a fur-trimmed Catherine Walker coat, which she paired with green accessories that matched Princess Charlotte’s outfit.
Middleton reportedly told a fan that she regretted wearing this particular coat because she was too hot.
In January, Middleton was photographed wearing a custom, green Alexander McQueen coat.
Middleton’s custom Alexander McQueen was not available at the time of writing. She paired it with a Zara houndstooth dress underneath that was on sale for $US35.99 before selling out.
To launch a UK-wide survey on early childhood in January, Middleton looked stylish in a camel-coloured Massimo Dutti coat.
Middleton’s Massimo Dutti coat was unavailable at the time of writing. She paired the camel-coloured outerwear piece with a Zara leopard print skirt.
For a visit to the LEYF Stockwell Gardens nursery and preschool in January, Middleton wore a teal coat.
Middleton paired a $US125 sweater from Sézane with a teal coat that was unavailable at the time of writing.
Middleton arrived in Ireland for her royal tour in March wearing an emerald-coloured Catherine Walker coat.
While visiting Ireland in March, Middleton paired this green coat with an Alessandra Rich dress.
For a visit to Jigsaw, the National Centre for Youth Mental Health in Ireland, Middleton rewore a white, double-breasted Reiss coat.
The duchess first wore the Reiss coat – which was no longer available for purchase – in 2008 to Prince William’s Royal Air Force graduation ceremony.
Also during her royal tour of Ireland, Middleton rewore the custom, green Alexander McQueen coat.
In March, Middleton rewore a festive red Catherine Walker coat with a coordinating fascinator.
While attending the royal family’s Commonwealth Day services in March, Middleton rewore this Catherine Walker coat, which was unavailable at the time of writing.
For a visit with students at the University of Derby in October, Middleton wore a checkered Massimo Dutti coat.
Middleton layered a $US349 Massimo Dutti checkered coat with a blue cashmere sweater from the same brand, as well as black pants and a $US19 floral face mask.
During a visit to the Hold Still exhibit in October, Middleton wore a gorgeous red coat.
In November, Middleton appeared at the National Service of Remembrance Day in a custom Alexander McQueen coat.
Middleton wore a beautifully crafted coat with fringe shoulder detailing.
She accessorized the coat with a Philip Treacy hat and diamond and pearl drop earrings borrowed from Queen Elizabeth II, according to the Daily Mail.
Middleton departed the UK for her royal train tour with Prince William in a dark-green Alexander McQueen coat.
Middleton paired the green coat with Ralph Lauren boots, a tartan scarf, Accessorize pearl rope drop earrings, Cornelia James gloves, and an Amaia face mask.
Middleton paid tribute to Scotland when she arrived on the first stop of her royal tour in a bright-blue coat.
The Duchess of Cambridge arrived in Scotland wearing a Catherine Walker coat that she last wore in 2018 when she visited Norway.
This time around, Middleton accessorized the coat with a Strathberry purse, an Amaia face mask, and sapphire earrings that once belonged to Princess Diana.
Middleton arrived in West Yorkshire in a navy coat and matching wide-leg pants.
The duchess changed her sweater later in the day but kept the same navy coat and pants on.
Middleton disembarked in Manchester for the final stop of the day in the same Hobbs London maxi coat and navy pants. She changed from a simple white sweater to a $US262 Troy London fair isle jumper.
To visit Wales, Middleton went the festive route in a red Alexander McQueen coat and matching tartan scarf.
Middleton recycled the same red coat she wore in October during the third day of the royal train tour. This time around, she paired it with Ralph Lauren suede boots, a tartan scarf, Grace Han handbag, and $US83 Spell of Love hoop earrings.
Middleton looked stunning in the emerald green Catherine Walker coat she wore to thank volunteers at Windsor Castle.
Middleton’s coat was designed with a black fur collar and black-and-gold buttons. She wore it with the same Ralph Lauren suede boots, black gloves, and a clutch.
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